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5 RECENTLY PfJBLISHE THE FAMILY ITS CONSTlTCTIOfi ANI PROBATION. TOON NELSON fit CO., General HoottfVfn, 44 OuionEtrtit, hate just rectivtd PATRIARCHY : Or. Tha Familv: Its Constitution ttnd Probation. By John Harris," D author of r'Pre Adamite Earth," "Man Primeval," etc, etc. TUB ISLAM) OF CUBA. By Alexander Humboldt TranElated from the Spanish, with Notes and a pre- i.uiinary nasay oy o laraaucr, n itu u oiup irom me latest tjpamsh authorities. THE GREEN MOUNTAIN GIRLS. A Story of Yer mont Br Blrthe White, jr. TOILING AJ'D HOPING. The Story of the Lntteirrrcb.. back. BvJennv Marsh. - TABLE-TALK OF SAMUEL ROGEUS-To which! is uaaea roRSONUNA. imp ni? cnuiui'r. w i: . .. . i. uviuajiiu, ttuu .aiiuve ji tne t;ircassian war oi inaepeaaenee against Russia. By J. Miltor Mackie. author of ,-Cosas Da Esnina " LIFE IN BRAZIL; Or. A Journal uf a -visit in ih i.,i of the Cocoaand the Palm, with an appendix contain. iug uiuuiuiuuiui auciem oouta American Arts in recently discovered implements and products of do mestic industry, and works in Stone. Pottery, Gold, Silrer, Ae. By Thomas Ewbank, with over one bun dred illustrations. PARISIAN SIGHTS, And French Principles, seen tnr ugh American Spectacles. By James, Jackson Jurres. ITALIAN SIGHTS And Papal Principles, teen throogh American "Glasses" lly James J. Jarvea. SOUTHERN STKAW CUTTER COail'ANY. THIS Company would nnnouncs to the people of itbe South, that after having carefully and pauentlvex. amined and tested the many different Straw and -Feed Cutlers now before the public, they have at length decided upon PARKER'S MACHINE as being the best Hand Straw Cutter of the day, and upon that decision, have pur chased the right for unumberoi' the Southern States, and are prepared honestly to recommend th;s machine as the one best adapted to this country, s it is not in the least complicated and can bo kept in perfect working order by the most ordinary field hand. Its capacity tor work is much greater than any Cutter of the tame price ever' be fore offered to the public We will here mention the points of its superiority; but would remark that the Machine must Le seen to be spsreciated. 1st. Its simplicity. 2d. Its ccstasccmpared. with other?. 3d. The ease and rapidity with which it; p'ain, single knit's can oe taxenou lor gnnaing. 4tn. me construction oi it is such that it must cut, though the knife bj -dull. 6th. It can always be easily kept in working order. Cth. It will cut faster than any other existing Cutter thiAcan be sold lor the same money. 7tb. Itisthe icli-feeder. 8th. It can be g"sged to cut at different lengths. Various testimonials of different Fairs, and complimen tary notices ot the press might be brought forward to show tte estimation in which this machine is held in other 3 thoroutrb.lv adtn! ed to this country than any machine heretofore introduced. The right for manufacturing aad selling these machines in the Slates of Tennessee, Alabama, Georgi , Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, North and South Carolina, eta, either by Counties, Townships or State, is for sale by the Company. One of the machines can be seen in operation at No 24 Deaderick street. For further particulars, address J C PAXTOX, General Agent for tha Company, api-29 lm Box No. 7, Nnidiville. Tenn. Fresh ilrrivals OF GROCERIES AND. LIQUORS. ICO hhds N. O. Sugar, 60 bxs. pint 4 J pintl'iask 35 bbls Pow'd Loaf Sugar; SOO Demijohns, assorted; 50 bag Lag. Coffee; K25 bags Kio Coffee; 75-bxs A biB Star Can. "75 bbUMolasses; dies: 75K " do, 25 bxs Sterine and Tallow 50 6x3 spie'd and fresh Oys- Candles; ters; 40 bxs. Langhorn A Armig. 10 bxs Ana Rice, very fine; tead's Tobacco; 25 bxs Kentucky Tobacco; 75 bxs. prime Western Re- 25 bbls No 2 & 3 Mackerel; serve Cheese: 50 kits; 75 casks English Soda. 0 bxs Soap; 50 ' Raisins, 9. " do; 100 kegs pure White Lead; 25 bxs Ink; 20 bagsGingT; 75 doz. Painted Buckets; 1 cask Madder; 7 bbls Alum; 10 bars Allspice: 200,000 Havana Cigars, va rious Brands 60,000 Melee do: 1.000 bags assorted Shot, 1,500 lbs Bar Lead; 150,000 G. 1). Per'n Caps; S cases Indigo; 10 bbls Urimslone; 10 bbls Crackers; 25 bags Pepper; 50 coils col to u Cord; 100 " Cotton Yarns: iiomp do: 50 bxs 8X10 A 10X12 Glass; 50 bxs gal A gal bottles; ovuis quart r lascs; IRONS AND CASTINGS. 100 tons Rol'd Iros, war'ted; 25 tonsass'd Castings; SO " Bell's Uam'd Iron, CO sets assorted Axes 800 hatu'd Plough M'lds; 500 " Wagon Boxes; 4000 lbs. A. B. Steel; 5000 lbs. Cast Steel; 3500 " E.B. Steel. 190 " Crawley Steel; ' 1500 " SpringSteeL LIQUORS, (I31PORTED.) 10 baskets Champagne Win r, 10 bbls. Old Port Wine; 2 casks Sherry do. 15 bbls pure Sweet Malaga Wine; 2 casks A. Signette Brandy; 1 pipe pure Holland Gin, Eagle brands; 1 puncheen pure Irish Whisky; LIQUORS, (AMERICAN.) 00 bbls Whisky, Ohio, various brands; 100 " Pike's Monongahela, do; 85 " Smith's Reserve, do; 50 " Monongahela Rye; do; 10 " Gin; 40 " Brandy; 5 " Old Monongahela Whiskey, verv tine; 25 " Ale, Schultz and Walker's brands; All of the above will be sold very low at our old stand, corner or Broad and College Streets, by Unl2 M'CltEA & 1 ERR ASS. JGU.f S. UitiT. IIE.NHY HAUT, J1L, It. XT. MACRAE, Jtt, HART, JIACRAE A: CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Nos 7 and 9 South Market street. Kail ville, Tenn WE have just received and have in store a portion oi our stock, consisting in part ol tlie following articles, 1S4 hhds fair tochaice New VOOboies Sardine Orleans Sugar 10 cases Sherry Wines; C4 boxes Havana Sugar; 10 tierce j Kite; 100 boxes and bbls Powdr'd 100 nests Market I.'i.skets; Crushed and Loaf Su- 50 boxef -'mokd Hams, 25 nesi8 'tinted Tubs; 100 dozen minted Buckets; U00 kegsNails.ass'd sizes; 100,000 CucOigars; 100 boxes Tobacco, Torious brands; 25 cans Fresh Cove Oyfters b'j boxes assoited Pickles; 2 J boxts ass'd Pia Fruits; 5 ccroons best Indigo; iOO Lovev Star Candles. S3 bblsMolaFses; 100 X bb,s d; 200 bags Coffee: SOO packages ilaciei ; 500 bags Salt; 25 crils MannilURo) ; 2 casks Malaga Win j, 5 casks Sherry Wine; 150 packages M R Raisii 20 trails L L Almonds; 200 assorted Demijohns; Together with Pepper, Spice, Sodn, &cu Ac. jani9 HART MACRAE CO. TO THE PUBLIC OF THE UNITED STATES. AN advertisement or Mr. UUOLl'llh. WOLFE, lately published, ai 1 suppose, intended fur tlie protection of bit Schiedam Scnapps aiust counterfeiters, has como under my observation, and being engaged in the manufacture of rhiedam cnaripst were I to let it pass without notice through this medium, 1 might bo considered among those ho denominates "Pirates and Venders of Poison-?' hut the im mense patronage and success that has attended the &&le of the article manufactured by me, and the opinion of compe tent judges as to Its qualities as a beverage and its medical virtues, precludes the possibility of the idea that 1 am in cluded amone ihoso lie designs to Imp' gu. No doubt lie foeU aggrieved at the depreciation of the tale of his Schnapps which is manifest to all, since mine has been brought in onmpetition with his. 'ot only have 1 succeed in commu ting with him in quality, but the constant and increasing de mand of my article, has enabled me to furnish it at a less price than be can, or uoes say J'J uu in the cozen. Ana furthermore, he will soon become xatisSed that tils caution to the citizens of the "Southern and Western States" will avail him nothing as far as I am concerned, for the character Of my Schiedam Scnapps is too well established in tlioso Rales, to be injured by any such Invidious publication. The motive of his a iveriisemcnt Is obvious to every one, and feeling well satisfied that all such missiles thrown at me by him will 1U1 harmless at my feet, 1 will hero, for the satis faction of tbo puMlc, publith a copy of my I'atent Ulght, en tered in the Southern District of Iew Vort.onllie '.'31 h day of December, lt&l: I Copy of Patent Sight. SOirillHEN DISTRICT OF NEW YOItK.S. S. He it remembered, 1 hat on the twenty-eighth day of Do cember, Anno Domini, 1PM, Barnard I,. Simpson, of the said District, hath deposited in this oSlco the title of a print or la btl,tho UOeof which is inlhcwerlsoftbfoUowiiig,to-wil: 'iUrnnrJ L. Simpson's Aromatic Schiedam Juiiiperhchnappt a superior Touic AnU-llispeplic Invicorating Cordial," tile right whcreol he claims as author and proprietor, in con formity with an act of Congress, entitled A u Act to amend iio several Acts respecting copy nchts." GEO. W. MORTON, Clerk of the Southern District of New York. And I taVe ploasure on this occasion to tender my suirere thanks M the publlcin general, and to my irirnds in particu lar, lor the kind liberality villi which thej have patronized me from iny commencement of this enterprise; and Insure (hem, that I shall continue to provide them alas with a gfnumc and superior article of Schiedam Schnapps. June 30, 55 ly. H. I.. MMl'SON. I, S. The word Schiedam Schnapps is derived from a town In Holland, called " SUedam," which is celebrated as a place of extensive Jumper Plaulanous and numerous DW lllerics of the above article. Every body has the right and privilege to order the Juniper Extract ( principal iugredient of the Schnapps) Iron, tnat place. Does It not appear now poor and deceitful when U. W. is trying to mike a wrong and untrue impression on the l'uhlir, lajtnglhalthe word Schiedam Schnapps belongs oxcliiMvel) to his article, and that allolhersare Counterfeits and lmpo-i lions: II. W. has no monopoly, nsithermnre right for the solo im portation of Schiedam Schnapps than anybody else, and li.i. poor arguinom u hich he intends to continue his long prur.i w J d.-ceptton on the public, shows too plain Ihat he feels and I. now aware of unimportant and dashing opposition. octIS 1855 ly. L. . OFFlt'L SUUU AllM.NU AMflAUtJLh UO. ( Nashv lie, April 17th, 185B. t rplllS ccmpany liavitg len organized under oneot the X most l.leral charters ever granfoJ by - the Stat-, of Tennessee, is prepared to receive orders and inake cunt rucu tcr iurnishiug Irom its qutrrics if beautilul while aud va I legated Marble in Eau Tennessee .Marble in II locks or Slabs, JUmble Fronts tot Jliiildinc, '1 ileb in .tloMijc, .Miintt'l laicL'C, And other wink, as may be lequned, at prices within the reach of every one mho Mudies taste and durability. It-' material is loo well known bv persons in this vicinity to require comment; but it may beproperto remark that licm taese quarries the ipeciniens that adorn the nugrificent Capitol buildirgs ot the Sla cs of Tennessee md Ohio, have been taken, together Kith many other j ibs giving winal satisfaction. Orders addressed t the undersigned, Smeiary to the company, will be proiuptly attended to. aprlS lm JOSEPH NASH. NEU' JUILLINEUY KS TAIJL1SII.U UNT. MISS GOLDSro.S' would inlorm the Indies of Nash ville aud vicinity, that th- has opened her NEW STOCK OF GOODS in oneot the Stores ie;eutly tini-hed under the Odd Fellows' Hall, and is now loady to lurnieh Bonnets and millinery of any description. She wil: also carry on Dress-making, and the public may be assured that &U orders will be promptly executed. Spring opening Wednesday, April Mb, 1S56. apS lm NASHVlLLEs THURSDAY" MORNING, APRIL if lis. A portrait of Mrs. MACREADT may be seen at Uerrt's Bookstore. , jPursAu'a Monthly. We have received tie May number of Putnam's Monthly from W. T. JJriRT ix Ca, who have it lor saie KT: Attention is called to the advertisement of B. F. Sniu.D3 of an extensive- salo ot damagea gooda. " Mass on Broad A fight took place on Broad Street on Tuesday evening about dark, In which knive?. rocks and divers "other fighting tools were . . . x-i ! t . r ii i in requisition, une msu was oiigauy sutooea in the arm, which bled profusely, and was supposed to be dangerous but he wa3 carried to Eosce's Drug store, where his wound was dressed. John Barleycorn was doubtless tho instigator. TnE Crimea- Persons wishing to obtain n cor rect and vivid idea of the famous battles fought during the late Russian war, should, by all means, visit the Comiorama now on exhibition at Fire men's Hall. The landiDg of the troops, the first assault on Sebastopol, the storming of the Redan, and other scenes are pictured to tha eye" in a" very beautiful and pleasing manner. TnEATEE.I-There was another very good' house last night, and Collins was in his best humbr. He is undoubtedly the most correct delineator of Irish character now on the boards, and our theatre-goers will not soon have another such s feast. The mu sic is excellent, reflecting much credit on our -'home talent." Mr. Collins has been persuaded to re main Friday and Saturday nights, and if there are any who have not yet seen him, we advise them to embrace this opportunity. TO IRK EDITOHS. Mrj. Mi oread?. I beg to- call attention to the entertainment to be given at OJd Fellow's Jlall this evening. Mrs. Macreadt is so well known to our citizens that comment is scarcely ne cejsary. Those who have seen at.d heard her, ex tol her in the most glowing terms, and tha press of the whole country speak most flatteringly cf her and of her entertainments, as being of such a high intellectual order that, though unobjecli enable in every feature, they still bear a deep interest to the hearer, and are certainly tho most.choice enter tainments offered t3 tha public. Mrs. Maoreadv now stands alone in this branch of her professien ; being in fact the only one who has rendered it suffi ciently interesting to cau:e the public to acknowl edge it as a profession; in doing this she has achiev ed a great triumph, and as she introduces a new feature, that of recitation and action, instead of mero reading, it renders her entertainments deeply interesting to the masses. Since the days of Mrr. Siddons we have had no Artiste who has been ca pable of holding tie position that Mrs. Macekady now holds. Sbe is said to have more power and versatility than Richel, and to be a lady that Amer ica is bound to be proud of. Tois is high praise, but wo see her alooe compared with Mrs. Siddon?, Fanny Esmblo or Ellen Tree. Miss Urtso, who accompanies Mrs. Macreadv, interspersing the entertainment with music drawn from that great instrument of a Paganini and the Carnival of Venice as played by her is a treat well wonh enjoying. She is a child (being but 15) of great genius, and holds that rank in the profession which tho highest range of genius alone accords to her. One of onr best critics says of her performance of the Dream : "Having heard so much of her, ex pectation was on the tip-toe; and as she took her position, and drew her bow across her instrument, a dead silence reigned throughout the crowded au dience, and during the whole time that the fairy, echo-like music flowed from tho violin, you might have heard a pin drop, and even after sbe had ceas ed and wa3 leaving the stage, they were wrapped in astonished delight, until, a3 if in one simulta neous expression of feeling, there was a deafening and rapturous round of applause until ehe again ap peared." Thesa ladies will ba.assisted by Mr. Q. M. Tay lor, whose powers as a Pianist are well, and wo need not add, most favorably known to our citizens. Such combination of talent is seldom if ever ofler ed to our public, and wo trust they will be on this, as they have on every other opportunity, ready to acknowledge their appreciation cf true genius. A CAUD. ilif9i5ippi Rivxn.Footflf Flower IfUnd, f April 2C, 1S3G, 10 o'clock, P. M. ( We, the undersigned, passengers on the steamer John Simpson, hereby tender our cordial thanks to Mr. J a mis Coopir of Nasnville.Tenn., for having been Instrumental, in Die hands of Providence, In saving the boat and crew from sudden destruction during a tomado n hich struck and wrecked our boat. Tha chimneys were blown off, and the bjat turned down; all possibility of being saved was despair ed of by men of experience and ability as boatmen. Mr. Cooper maintained his perilous position at the wheel, and succeeded In landing the boat. AH credit Is also dne to Mr. J. II. WoLr and Mr. Robert Xobris; and ourtbanks are cordially tendered them for maintaining their positions as Kngiuecr,and discharging every duty In their power acting in concert with the Pilot- All praise Is alike dne to Capt. Jimes WvitTE, who was at his post in the discharge of every duty within his power. All the officers on board the boat deservo the highest praise for their manly and ener getic action during the storm. The scene of action may bs Imagined, but It Is hard aud painful to describe by those present. Charles Casey, St. Louis, Mo., Capt James Koche, New Dedfurd, Mass., Dr. Jsni94 O. Hiitcbins, Clalbourne county, Miss., George H. Bagby, Clarksvllle,Taxas; -la's A. Nichols, J. R. Parker, Gallatin, Tenn., H. II. Warden, Nashville, Tenn., I. G. Cravans, Christian county, Ky., James John eon, Oxford, Miss., Jamos Doyle, Memphis, Tenn., W. Halt .Smith, Cincinnati, Ohio, J. F Vaughan. Manchester, Tenn., James T. Brown, Nashville, Tenn., C. A. Merrill, Franklin, Tenn,, Jno. W. Bond, Fayette county, Tenn., Thomas W. McGowan, New York City, Mrs. Mary F. Bond, Fayette county, Tenn., Mrs Elanor Bagby, Clarksvilte, Texas, Mrs. Ilawley, and Miss Emma Hawley, Marshall county, Teias. May J, ra Id. KEL1U10US NOTICE. A series of religious services will commence in the Third Presbyterian church, on Friday evening, May 2Ut, at 7 o'clock. The organization of a Sew Xchol I'resbyttrian church will take place on Saturday at 10) o'clock. The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administer ed cn the Sabbath. Preaching at 7 o'clock Saturday and Sabbalh evenings. Rev. Dr. tagleton and Kev. Mr Cunningham, with others, are erpested to assist in these exercises. We hope the friends of religion will find in terest and benefit in attending these meetings. The Sabbath SSohool connected with this church, is in operation, wiih a suitab'le library of 200 volumes, a good CDipstt competent teachers, aud an ttfisient soperintun dent. Children and youth, notconnected with Sabbath schools, are inviteil to aUeud this, at uXI,c'0C'r Sabbath morn ings. A. HARTPENCE. -yiil M, - 8d. LUOTUKKS. The.Ki.v. Dr. Ilsird w ill deliver a course of Eight Lec tures on hnrope, in the basement ot the First Presbyterian l.utcli, before lie Vourg ilea's Christian Association of NiL-hviile. The his'. I.ectiiiru.ll be tMiiered n the 1st of May, and the o-hershait'.ly until the cour.e is completed. Tickets can be obtained at the various Book S torts. Ho tel and at the door on the nijrht of the lecture. Tickets iorihe Course admitting Lady and Gentleman, ?1 hi. Ticket for the Course admitting one person 2 50; Siuglo 'lickct OCc. ap28 dtd AViut 13 it lOE Tins Woo-'s IIaie UisTonaiivaf Is a ijuestioa asked daily by hundreds. We answer, with' out hesitation or fe?rot contradiction, thitit is the only article known wh-ch wii' do all it ptomises for yie human hair. It will renew its growth it will atop its falling it will restore its natural color ! It is not a Hair Dye, but a fpeedy and efficacious Restorative. Trial bottles Jl; pints 2; quarts $3 Druggists supplied on the proprietor's terms. t HalKmore Sun. ap20 lm. Ovr ItEUiilVJiU Per Dr. Kobertaou and E Howard 700 bags tine Salt, extra; 235 ' Baltimore Coflee; 78 bbls prime Molisses; 50 ' 10 bbls S S Almonds. And fjr sale by DAVIS, PILCHEB 4 CO. aprilo . ' VJH fKJ r f Jill KiroTiTtirr-HrHAfiKisosn"' i Q 3he river since bur last bftsjisea'snfjicTent'toid. mit tbljlargeiKclassTbT steamers fo'paEs over iha Buuais muiuui, uuju uLtiuij, -Euu.tsuii cocunuea 10 ti?e. - - . . -x- ' " j Weather yetjvann andjultry, indicating furfier rains. f Steamer SaUie West, leftSt. Louis, for'tbis port yesterday evening, preparatory to her return trip on Saturday next, at 6 o'clock, P. M. " r Arrived Rock City, P'adncabj Rcsiiie," Pits Durgj Jonn Simpson, Memphis. ' " Departed Rock City, Piducab.. : - - '--". Steamer Alida.- This 'will te tha 10"6'6lockA. M., croft for Paducah,.'c3nnecting?wlth St. Louis and Louisville U. S. mall steamers'. Steamer Ella hourly looked for; also Scotland from New Orleans. .' 4 ' ' For Pittsbure. The fast and commodious steam er Rosalie, A. Sheppard, Commander will leave as above at 10 o clock, A. il., on Friday next, Having surjerior accommodptljas. with courteous aid experienced officers we bespeak for her a lib eral sha'-obf-patronaga PUBUC SPEAKINU. - - The candidates for County Judge will 'address their fellow citizennat Love s Store, in South Nash- ville, on Thursday night, the, 1st of Jklay; and; at the Market house on Friday night, the 2nd ot May. THE PUBLIC SCHOOIS .CELEBRATION!, Everybody. in. Nashville is invited to attend, the May day pic-nic, at Watkins's Grove, near the Quarry. We are requested again to notify all concerned that the eatables must he sent.prepared for the fingers. The Mayor and Aldermen, ,the Board of kEducaion,"and ths Editorial Corps, jare specially invited. Should ths 1st he unpleasant, the festival will take place on the 2d. 2td. Wheat asd Fi.oua. A late letter from Pari?, stvs: "The number of barrels of Anterican flour at this momei t in store in Havre, is 250,000; of- wheat, 251,032 hectolitres. (A. hectolitres. is about 2 5 C Winchester bushels) To these, figures add the quantity known to.be rn sea destinated for' the pert of Havre, viz: 54,000 btrrels of fbur and C2, 000 hectolitres of wheat, and the sum total will be 304,000 barrels of Ibur, and 313,000 hectolitres of wheat. Banking in New Yore. Another United States Bink in little is about to show itself in -New York. The directors of the Bank of Commerce, in that city, have resolved on doubling Jlielr present capi tal, to mate it SilU.OUO.OOU. succeeding tbis an- ncuncment tho 7Vmcssay3 there is a rumor of a new twenty million banki to te got up by the foreign bank interest. (Hommcxxi ctl. UNION AND AMERICAN OFFICE, I Nashville. April 80, v, 1856. ( Corron. Contlnuea to advance. Arrivals few and llule telling or ihlpplcg. A few ba:e chanced handi yesterday at 8KS10c-,the highest price jet paid, liujeri anxious to In vest. Toiicce. Salei of 9 Hhis at Johmon t Horne'd, C25, 7 65, 7 E0, 5 95, C 8j, 6 C5, 8 0J, 5 80. we alio heard of 4 Hhdsat85CVS910. Wuukt. Stationary. Flocb. Fair demand and modern supr. If, at former pri ces. "- -i - Corrii. 1213c.: ' ' ,. SroiE. Rules hlgh,7I0c. " "' " ' , Bicon.-O..ilet at 8t. Hams eiS9,Sl'jes,Sli98; Shoul ders 7 Hi JowIt.lOc. each. Trade moderate. 6ARDNER.SHEPHERD & CO. WHOLESALE DEAIiEHS IN ' Shoes Hats. AND 1 STRAW GOODS NASHVILLE, TENN. WE would inform our customers and the trade gene. rallr that since the late Firein which' the buildini; we occupied was consumed we have removed our stock to No 42. west side of th Square, up stairs adjoining Messrs. Allison, Anderson & Co. Sinco removicg.we have received Urge additions to our Stock, includine a great variety of Goods, Buited to the r-ea- son, to wnicu we tespecuuiiy invi.e tueiuieuuuu ui aier chauts. Or. era solicited and tilled with cute. tpji UAKD.Ntlt, MlKfUbltu a t;u. i0 HUMBUG. T11E undersigned have purchased the I'atent ngut oi u. U. WILUAMS' DOUIILK ACTIKti HAUli VAMB Force and Lift Finaii), for the States of Tennesse, North Carolina, South Caroli na, Georgia, Florida. Alabama. Mississippi and Louisiana. We4iave tasted the Purnnin all its recommended uses for ordinary purposes in wells, and as fire engines; and bisi- tate not to say mailt is superior in anr puu p auw iu use. It is simple and plain in ns construction, cau be taken to pieces or put together by any. ordinary, man, black or white, inlbalf a minute. There is not a screw cr-boltabout the pump; there is the least imaginable friction hence its durability. It is almost impossible lor u w gck uuiui in by usage. When used tor a well or cistern it can be converted into a Fire Engine in one minute, and by one man water can be thrown over th-i tallest houses in the country. Itisinvalu able asa Fire Engine, and especially in the country and country towns. XI 13 equally well auopiuu w uil uiuguiaer, naiiiua Tanks, Ac, and will, when known, supercede all other pumps. It can be u?ed for either hot or cold water. Having fully satisfied ourselves as to the capacity, value and utilitv ot the pump, we are ready to make sales of the above territory by counties or States (except the Western District oi this State, which has bten sold ) We confidnt ly recommend the Pump to the citizsns of the Slates men tioned The Pumps are cheap, and thetelore wiuun me reacn oi every family. - rsy Address r UUl cu a iiiud, nasuviue, icnn. KEES W. PORTEK, aor25-tr JOUN S. BKIKN. STRAUT ALIiBK Co.; CARRIAGE AND HARNESS SIAMUiAUTUitJins, at ins OLD SrASD OP II. N. tH'SES, fTwo doors belowthe Theatre.) NO. 05 CIIEKRY STREET, NASHVILLE, TENN ha UEE. WOULD beg leave to inform the public rdCJW Mnanll. that ttinv lmvfnn hand a laro e t?ii assortment of Catriagss, llnggies, Ac, of the neatest and k;.i.iff fi.i.hi cf lu. llAinty nmrtipfil workmen. UtUOi 1 J UUMUW J - fS I ' Ibet are prepated to offer as gxid an .nrticle of manufac- ..-.. . 1 ; .. n a onv Bimilnr efthliahmpnt in the countiy, and on te ms equally as reasonable. They would invite nil persons to call and examine their work before purchasing eltewhere. r Kepainng promptly aitenaea 10. new wur mw ranitu ior une vear. ui"'v Hamilton's XJiresher. MoHitt's Patent. WE are manufacturing atliamilton, Butler CO., Ohio, a large supply of Mof fill's Patent Thresher & Separator, FOUR DIFFERENT SIZES. One for the Farmer's own use, which delivers the grain in bags ready for the mill. Also, lor tnosa wno ao not wiau w cieau uicir giwu when threshed, we make a first class COMMON" THRESHER, OR CHAFF FILER. With a Straw carrier and Beater attached to it. The Moffitt'a Patent ia truly the Premium Machine of the country. Ithavingtaken the first Premium at the.Crystal Palace Fair at New York, (the battle ground of .agricultu ral Implements for all parts of tho world;) first Premiums at four State Fairspf Ohio; the first Premium at the State Line Fair of Ohio and Indiana, and at numerous other Ag ricultural Fairs in the West. SEND IN ORDERS EARLY TO SECURE A GOOD MACHINE. Descriptive Pamphlets mi Circularstent to persons wUhing to purchase. OWENS, LANE A DVER. T. A? McOALL will act as agent at Nashville, Tenn, BROCKMAN A PORTER. Clarksville, Tenu, JARET & MOORE, Paducah, Ky. mar!9 2mdAw . . " HEERING'S PATENT CHAMPION FIRE and BURGLAR PROOF SAFES. THE great interest manifested by the public to procure more pei feet tecurity from Fire for valuable papera, such as Bonds, Mortgages, Deeds, Notes, and Book of Ac count than the ordinaay SAFES heretofore in use bad af forded induced the subscribers to devote a large portion of time and attention during the past fourteen years m making improvements and disoovenes of this object, and they now bVgleave to assure their numerous friends, and thepublie generally, that their efforts have been crowned witl? complete success, and now offer the 'mproved Her ring's Patent World's Fair Premium i IW Safe, as the8 CIIAMriON SAFE OI THE WinMf having been awarded Medalsat both the World s Fair. Lon . j v -'--v Toto a cnnpnortnall others. it is now, undoubtedly, entitled to that applause, and ee cured with "Hall's Patent Powder Proof Lock, (which al- bo was awarded Medals, as aoove,; ionns uiof.i.. Fire and Burglar Proof Safes ever before offered to the The Subscribers also manufactures all kinds of Boiler and Unwed Iron Bank Chests and Vaults, vauti uoora aou Money Boxes or Chests, for Brokers, Jewellers, and Pri- vntn VftmilifM fnr Vlata llinmnmla anA nthftr Vftllla.ble3. AnH Ai-Aslfin PniAntM.4 Ktt niipoima and Mnnnfitnrers of JONES' PATENT PERMUTATION BANK LOCK. SILAS C HERRING A CO., Patentees,, Green Block, Nos 135. 137 A 188 Water Street, N. Y. martt d2m Blank S&otes. BEAUTIEULiAKTICLE, for sale by. 1 martS CHARLES W. SMITH. A -THE VERY LATEST NEWS; i-- - Eeonvra bt mXgMtic telegraph ' ' D TO THS HOUR OP PUBLICATION Isdipebdesce, Mo., April 28. We have ac counts from "Kansas to the evenincr of the 21ih. i JoDes, SheriSf of Lawrence, was shot in. the back while aiding to 'guard some prisaneis. It was ex pected he would survive the wound. 1Ex-Qov. Redder on his arrival from Washing' ton at Lawrence addressed the people, advising re sistance of the Territorial laws to the lost extremi ty. Five companies of U. S. troons. under Col Sumner, left Fort Leavenworth for Lawrence, the seat ot trouble. Nsw Yoek, April 29 The steamer Orizaba ar rived at 7 o'clock, with dates from Sin Juan to tne ziit. The defeat of Sehlessenger is confirmed. During me trial by court martial, while on parole, be ie serted, and it is supposed went over to the Costa Ricans, having sold himself to them before the battle. On the 7th the Costa Ricans took possession of Kivas with 2000 men. On the 11th Gen. Walker, with .GOO men attacked them, and after a battle ot seventeen hours and a half they were obliged to abandon the city lor want ot ammunition Tho -loss- of. the Ccsta Ricans Is said to be 600 and a ' large number wotif ded. Walker's loss is set dawn between 50 and CO killed, and about 80 wounded and rnissinp. . On the 10th, Lieut. Green, with 15 men, had an encounter with about 200 Costa Ricms. killincr 27 and dispersirg the rtsL American loss was one Killed and two wounded. It is reported that Gen. Walker intended to at tack the Costa Ricans at Virgin Bay on the 25tb, having under his command 1000 Americans and 1300 natives. Louisville, Jan. 30 River about on a stand, with six feet three inches cn the falls. Cincinnati, April 30, it Flour dull and sales aa low as 5 25; provisions buoyant and firm ; mess pork 10 00; lard 9Js9J: sugar 739; coOVe 12ja 12j; molasses 4245. River fallen eight inche3. Baltimore, April 30. -The Directois of the Bal timore "and Oiio Railroad company tc-Jay declar ed a dividend of 3 per share for the half year end ing" with March. New York, April 30 The new Minister froih Nicaragua, in place of Col. French, arrived in" the Orizaba from San Juan. M-pr He'ss was also a passenger. He bring3 despatches for Wasbingtor. The Steuner Ericsan, from L:verpool, is below with dates to tha Kith anticipated by the Persia. New YiTiK, April 30, m. Flour firm ; wheat firm: corn firm; pork drooping 19 75; beef quiet; whisky steady.. Baltimore, April 30: Mr. James, the British Consul at Norfolk, received instructions from Lord Clarendon'to distribute $1000 anaong the benevo lent institutions having charge of the widows and orphans' of those who died during the epidemic. Pittsburg, April 30, m. River eight feet nine inches and falling Weather cloudy. AUCTION SALE OF Seasonable Dry Goods. BY ' IltBY MORGAN & CO. NO. 4, POBLIC fcQUAKE, NASI1V1LLK TENNESSEE, XTE will tell ou TUhSDAY and WEDNESDAY, Ctb, V v ana via uay, a rresn ana Handsome lot ot SWUNG AND SU.UMER DRY GOODS. The stock to be offered embrices a better assoitment than any a hue heretofore sold. lnesa goods were aesignea lor our Auction sale m March, but having been detained at 1'ilUburg by the ice, they were not received in time, and ure to be closed out. The stock is fresh, the assostment complete, and will be soldwithout reserve. BT No Goods sold eictpt to Merchants. nprl3 n A r IRUY MORGAN A CO. JUST KECV1VED AND FOK SALE UY RUSSELL, &COTT & CO 400 bags prime lialtimoie lollee; 50 J kegs Nails, assorted brands; 150 piclages Star Candles; 10 packages Opal Candlei; 75 packages Summer Mould Candles; T5 boxei UarBoap; 100,000 Regalia Cigars, various brands; 50 boxes Tobacco, all grades; 50 packages Tea, very fine; 85 casks Hoda; 5 casts Matches; 50 dozen fainted Buckets; 10 nests Painted Tubs; 300 reans Wrapping Paper; 150 boxes Glassware; 5 bbls Smith's Summer Ale; 100 bbls Rectified Whisky; 50 bbls Bourbon and live Whisky; 50 bbls Old Reserved "Whisky; 25 bbls Brandy, Gin and Kuth; 20 bbls Port and Malaga Wine, With all other articles usually kept in our line of busi- nets. pr23 SOUTIIE KNTjeTT ATtiiiN Elt AL At.tNCl FOR THE SALE Of EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MANUFACTURED ARTICLES AND MERCHANDISE GENERALLY. BENJ. F. SHIELDS, Nashville, Texn , having taken the laree and commodious Wore Rooms. Utelv occu pied by Messrs. S. IL Loomis A Co , corner of the Square and College street, for the purpose of transacting an extensive AGENCY, C0MMIS3I0N AND AUCTION BUSINES3, would most respectfully solicit consignments ( f seen Goods of evebt and A5.T de.-cription as are adapt ed to the market. Having determined not to purchase any article on his own oecount, and flittering himself that from long experience in commercial me, aDd a determi nation to give satisfaction to Consigners and Shippers, will be hsppy to open correspondence with Manulacturers, Merchants and Dealers in the various cities of the Union, whomaywisba prompt and efficient Agent or Factor in this market. Orders for the different products of the coun try promptly attended to. apr2i tt uzbJ. t. autttiiis. AUCTION. COMMISSION AND GENERAL AGENCY BENJ F. SHIELDS, WILL make sales for Trustees, Assignees and uthers who may with to sell goods, wares, and merchan dise at Auction without reserve, for ctsb. Ifon time, the same to take the paper received. No goods sold at public auction with limits. Proceeds cf all sales paid over witain th-ee days after sales. Consignments lor private sales held subject to instruc tions. Arrangements made for Lberal advances on invoices of any not. P. S. Nogoods boughtor sold on my own account. BENJ. F. SHIELDS, Gen'l A6ent, upr2i tf 44 Public Square. THE FINE DLOODED HORSE STACKP'OLE, WILL stand ten miles west of Columbia, . y Maury co , Tenn., ut $20 the season, colt in-( W sured. Mares will be kept for S months upon pasturage frei of charge, unless extra feeding is required. Mares not in foal can be returned neit Spring wiihout charge. Siackpoli is one of the largest and best bred sons of imported Leviathan, dam by old Stockholder. The following is a list of the imnorted bloeded horses, and the winning of their colts from 1SS9 to 1651, taken from J.J. Skinner's Turl Register: Imported Merman, " Bellshazar, " Phillip, 14 Glencoe, '" Priam, " Luzborough, ' Medoch, Old Nalins' Stockholder, Old American Eclipse, 2 5 4 15 82 41 50 16 43 18 uid facinc, 133 Itwill be seen from the above the ereat superiority of thehorselviathan,overanyborse on record. "Like pro duceslike." Stackpoleisone of his largest and best bted sons,"16 hands high, of fine blood on dams side, and upon the whole is a fall bead and shoulders above anv native norseiaioe oiaie. uis one jeac uiu nremiums at tha Fair in Columbia a three vear old also is a buggy horse. Sta:kpole was a superior racer, having won three oi ni3 races ai iwo neaiseacu.orer mo au.u.uio and Gallatin Courses. For farther intormation CJ adver tisement in Columbia Mirror. mar29-dtriwAwlm JAMES H. WEBSTER. DAILY LINE OF PACKETS, FROM NASHVILLE FOE SHXITIXAKD, PADUCAH, LOUISVILLE. SAIHX LOUIS, HEMPHTS AND NEW ORLEANS. ALIDA, HARMON, Master, leaves Nash- vllla Xtnr.it.Ta anrl ThnrflrlavH at It n. m. CUBA. This fine passenger steamer, MATUENEY. Master, leaves Nashville '1 uesdays and Fridays at 6, p. m. ROCK CITY, This splendid steamer, BEN EGAN, Master, leaves Nashville Wednesdays and SaturdayHat 6, p.m. These boats are light, and have excellent accommoda tions. By them passengera can get to Louisville St Lou is, Memphis or New Orleans qtiick.r than by any other route. For freight or passage apply on board or to the Agents. A. HAMILTON, nplj .11. ii xiariftioin, Ageous. FREIGHT. npUE regular New Orleans and Nash- I :ll rv un.V.I TTTTf lffT.l'P dMiimftd Tclusivelv for carrvincr freieht. drawing only 26 inches light, and carrying 1,200 tons, ot r- J i . n i 1J nl, Bhmnora iers superior louucemuuia uiuuiuucmuu . ... --- -WM. STRONG, Commander, and JNO. D. TAILOR Clerk, are experienced steamboat men, and will spare no trouble in protecting the interest rl shippers. The Humboldt will leave Louisville tor New Orleans on the 1st November, and remain "gu'y in tte trade. For freight, Ac' apply to JOgHg H'. .q Agents Capt,B. DUF1ELD, Agent, New Orleans, will at tena to nuingoioroera iur A DWELLING HOUSE, with 4 rooms, for the balance of the year, within a short walk of Brood street. .A good tenant.- liberal rent, and prompt payment; wtll ba 0immediate!78t PICKETT'. ' j: ltoxs. IiYOIVS & Co., ixroKTEis or axd dialehs u Havana Cigars, Tobacco and all kinds rr Foreign Wines, Liquors', elc. "No. 10 CEDAR St., NASHVILLE, TENNES3ES. VERY LATEST. THEuadersizned are constantly tecelving Urge add (inn in thuir ulreadv extensive Sbwk of HAVANA CIG RS, WINE. LIQUORS, TOBACCO, Ac. And they are thereby eaaolea m tnjr a iuu ana coirpieio noanrlment nf ilond.4 in their line, aud to hold fjllh mch Inducements todea'etsas cannot Uil to satisfy all Amongst onr stock we have a splendid assortment rf imported Bran dies, Sherry, I'oit.Mjdi-iro. Whisky, and all other 1 qnois, and the best variety of Havana Cigars, Tobaccv, SnnB, As , we have ever offtf.eJ. To all of which e respectfully in vite the inspection cf Country dealert ana Mtrcnants gen erally. LYONS A CO., tp20 19 Cedar St. OUAItT LAAV w E htve now on band a large assortment of Bottled Liauors. con istinz of Old French Brandy. Cherry, BiacKoetry, and Uingeruranay, Jiaaeira, rorr, ana rarr ry Wines, Scheidam Schnapps, Aromatic Sap, Mills' Bit ters. Cordials, Ac , Ac, for s Je at reda ced prices by LYONS A CO. ap?6 19 Cedar St A LARGE variety ot Tobacco in papeis, tarrels and XX Doxes. Jnst received a ship-nent of tha celebrated Pccaboutas Tobacco, fjr sals wholesale and retail by LYONS & CO., pS6 19 Cedar St SUNDRIES. We haveamoDgit oar stock a tptrbdid variety if Fancy Goods, acchas Merchaum. Pipe, Stems. Liquir FIaks. a beautiful and new lot U" Walkintr Cane, Scotch, Maccaboy and Rsppee Sni fl,'Ctrnr Casts, Snuff Bxes, Patent Lighters, VVux; Matches, aijdj la-ge. assortment or other articles, lor nle very i- w or LYONS A LO. ap"6 It) CtyUrSt J RAR NOTICE. - ALL those gentlemen indebted la u.i n.r Bar accounts, will oblige ns by settliug III mne brfore the 1st day of June next, or If "not paid by that time, ther will be placed in the bands of a collector, and we would further state that after the nbjve time, we r hall posi'irely open no- more liar accounts, as we mast collect our oia onesnrst. Walk up gentlemen, and settle. aprSO LYONS A CO., 19 Cedar St. A.NOTHEK ARRIVAL. LADIES' Congress (Jailers. Her! Itaitera and)ippers; ' Fatin and gemote White Kid Slippvrs; Misses' Heel K'd liiots and si pr bnu zudJ Mitt Kid Slippers. Juji.ipv-ed JOUNltVMUK, apifl 41 ColieJo Bt GKNTV FINK SHOES AiND t.AI t tKs. .? E.NJS' supr P L French Ties; VT " " " 0f.Ms ana Ottu bite, , ' Silk Oi era Gailm; " " Cloth Cii2rh.Uo.'j; " " Lasting Ties, tla'n und tip'd; 1 " " Tapbtrt S'ip,r4; " " Union Iiitirig Gaiters; " OdfJeiseyT.es Boys " P. L. Oxford tnd Drets Shoes; " " Gaiters, Enumtl'M Brrgios; Youth's and Childrena' Gaiters, S.it p;t and Bootets, in great variety, jost opened JOliNRAM AGE. np2il 42 Culbgest. FRESH AttK IV VL OF TRUNKS. TRAVELI ERS will bad a very la-g stock 6f ti.e-best Sole Leather Ti uoks, Valices, T'ttry and Leath.-i waterproof Bgsut 42 I o'legVttrett. English Sola Leather, Kuet and Kip Leather Trunks; Extra sixjd Ladies' Trunks aid Bonnet Boxes. Sole I ealh cr Baggy Trnaks, sad Astiiud Valices An additional supplyjust received by JUUN RAMAGE, apzo 4Z Ufiiegest. IjRESU AltRIVALS We have just received JTj 2 p:pes tine Brandy, direct from tbj Custom-hoite X cask superior Sherry Wine; 1 cask pure Holland Gin; 2 bbls Eagle Rje Whisky; ,,. ALSO, fine bottled Aletorliuuih- u-e; " Porter; CHEWING TOBACCO Anderses, best; Cramptoo' do; Peacock's do. E. A A. J ONNA RD. ap2S lm Union St. FRESH ARRIVALS. 3w PACKAGES STAR CANDLtS; I 23 boxes Summer do, bard pressed; 43 do io. i boap; 21 do Family ao, small boxes. Jost received and lor sale low, by ap25 JOYNT. BYRNE A NOLEN. FIE FRUITS, PRESERVES, Ac. 4 f BOXES Pie Fruits, Preserves, Brandy Peaches, Ual TrO snps, Ptpper Sauce and Pickles. Jost received and for sale by ap25 JOYNT. BYRNE A NOLEN. LIQUuRS, Pi AILS. Ac. BBLS Old bourbon and Kye Whisky: 26 bbls Old Reserve and Mnnongaha'a Whisky; 38 50 do Wilsture s &xtra Whisiy; 47 do Pike's Magnolia do; 4 do Sparke's Pice Apple do; 'J3 kegs Wheeling Nails. Jnst received and far sale bv JOYNT, BYRNE A NOLEN, ap25 No. 12 Broadway.' TO MILLERS. DUFOUKS Anchor Brand Bolting Cloths ofall sizes, on hand and forsale by MACEY A HAMILTON, apr2t 47 College street. MACHINE ROLTTMt;. WE are the sole Agents for the sale of the Vulcanized India Rubber Steam Packing and Hose. A full assortment always on band apr2i MACEY A HAMILTON, College street CIRCULAR SAW MILLS. PAGE A CHILD'S Pateat Portable Saw Mills. We are the Agents tor this valuable improvement. Send jour orders, a-d they shall be attended to without delay. apr24 g iiajiiiiiu.. lioutge tireet. HOUSEKEEPING HARDWARE. THE attention of housekeepers and families iadirwclad to our stock of U oubc keeping Hardware, such as Ivorv Knives and Forks. Plated Goods, Ac. Also, a hand some assortment of Tea Trays, jast received. apr24 jlAUki A UAMllilua. uollega streei. C CIRCULAR SAWS. We have on hand a large J stock cf best Cast Steel Circular Saws, all s;r. from 10 to 60 inches. Also. Circular Saw MandnlH, complete. apr2t MACEY A HAMILTON. L'olleso street. GUNSt GUNS! GUNS! We have in storea.coii- plete stock of Double Barrel Sho. Guns and Itiflii, varying in prices from f tt) to 1200. ' Micpv mitit.Tnv npr24 lwtriw 47 College street. A DESIRABLE COUNRY RESIDENCEFOR SALE. AVERY superior tract of Land of 110 acres, halt clear, ed and half tin bered. well tetinbluu crass. The improvements consist of a comfortable trame dwelling with six room3 also, a large iwo swry irsuie uui5e.e. cllnt n.flfh and annlft orchards and never ftiline spline Situated about 4x miles from the city on the Middle Franklin Pike. JiiSn mtun , apr24 lm 44J Cherry at. DUS. CON WELL Ar RURHS having associated themselves in the practice of their profession, tender their services to the citizens tf Nashville. Office No 22 Cherry street between Union and Church sts. nprIB iro. -1 ff COOKlftG MOVES. Wehaveiust received IUU from theStLonis and Cincinnati Foiindnes, a complete assortment of the most approved Cookfng Stove I which will be sold fora small advance for Cash. .AnioDg which is the celebrated St Louis Cooking Stove.lhe Gold en Era, a Stove better alapted to city use than any now manufactured, having a large oven and requiring less wood than anv now in me. COOPER A SPITLER, apr23 Comer Market and Spring sts, Nashville TOILET SETTS Comprising three pieces baud somely ornamented, and for beauty of fioifcb, conve nience and cheapness, cannot be snrpacsed, at anr28 COOPER A SPlTLEIi. TCE CREAAI produced in six minutes by theme oi AuRtin'n IVtent Cream Freezer, a well made and tub- stantiol article, serving a family foryears with this delicious lni Th, am rMommenaen iorineir ecocomr, io- anirinp- less labor and less ice than any other freezer in use. ror sale py 1 c. , . rnr COOPtR A SPITLER WE ore prepared to make to order all kinds oi i in anu Copper work promptly and at satisfactoay prices. Rocfing and the Tin and Copper work necessary upon p iblic and private build'ngs will be done on, the lowest terms and warranted to be water prof f. We are saiUlled that with the experience in the abovo branch ot our busi ness, wa can take contracts upon as good teims as any hoaVe in the city. COOPER A SPITLER, apr25 Corner Market and Spring sts. Nashville- EXTRA CHANCE. We have for sale a must ex cellent bouse servant, nurse, chambermaid, fir cook and seamstress, all combined in a LIKELY WOMAN, S3 years of age. ALSO, Beveral other likely Negroes, nmmg them aao. 1 House Carpenter, his wife and two children.CalI soun on BOYD A LYLES. ap20 No. 60 Cherry st. ill AMMOTIl 1 LIVEEY STABLS. ti aire tiaroAitAr tMn tha MAMMOTlI X LIVERY STABLE, on Market street, heretofore sept by Noel A Blakemore. Horses and CarnagiS rjrnuhed at all hours and at reasonable prices. Boarding horses taken on reasonable te rj NashviUe, May 25, 1 85S 1. WM. B2XiX W K1VOX, ANI K R Y FITTER. Corner of Broad and Cherry streets, NathviUe, Tenn. janS'M tt LIBERTY AND SLAVERY A NEW ROOK, BY ALBERT T. BLEDSOE. L. L.. D-, ; Professor of Mathematics in tbo University of Virginia. COXTi.MS. Chap. 1. The Nature of Civil Liberty. t Chap. 2. The Arguments and Positions of Abolitionists Chap. 8. The Argument from the Scriptures. Chap. 4. The Argument from the Public-Good. Chap 5. The Fugitive Slave Law. The above work is for sole by apr2 CHARLES W. SMITH. WOOD OliOWUIW WAKT1SD. . I WILL furnish comfortable houses to goed steady wood choppers, and give constant employment and good priMS, mjfiSy-Srn W. 8. WH1TEMAN. 3 AYttlfs UATlMRTii; Pir.irt J ?.lh?,A r Eno ute chenlIt "f Massachuseas. saj ihey. iifv Tii,-V i. "" aunexea are the men, who horer " Mass. . .r" Known, xiz . w A "u, iAJS'??' Ooyemor of Most. Jleu that arc Men. Amoer the diieases that, this Pill mtti wlth t0 lag rapidity, wd may menlloii: " j . i i Costlycness. bilious complainU, . rhmmatt.m.. Drrnntr hesrtbii rn, headache arlIjp from a font tonarfaTnatiM.i m d!gr,tion, morbid inaction of the bowels, and. pain arVin? therefrom, flatulency, loss of appetite, all ulceron and aita--neous diseases, which reqnfre an encpant m?ilcini, icrbru la.'orklnc'sevil. They also by purifjio? tlie blood, and Mm. Dialing the system, cure, many complaints which iiwfcnld -noi be supposed they could reach, audi as deafness, pahlal Diinunes, ueuiaizia, aau nervous irnuoiuiy, uerauseiaeDt of the liver Slid kidneys, eat, and other kindred eoraplalnts, arUlnr from alow stattrof the bodr. or otwtructioas of It functions. They are the best rurzntive Medtclna-erertdl-' covered, ana you win out neea u nse ineni once to Know rreparraoj j DR. J. C. AVER." A irl 22, leaS-Sm. UmiK fiii ITER'S PUIS.' Are Curin? the Sick to an extent never before"" kuoivii of uu y Jleuicine. Invalids, read and judge for yourselves. IIAltEL, Esq., the well known parrumerof Cheinut ' Street. Philadelphia, whiwe choice prtulacts are found at almost every toilet, says : t 'I am happy to ajr of your Citiuitic Pills, that I have found tbeio abetter famll) mediclnw for common use, than any'olher within my knowledge. Man; of my frlenJs have realiz-d marked benefits from them, and coincide with, me In belle Ine that thev dossom extraordinary virtues for dri. vine out disease and curiae the ilck TSy:aris''not.onlt ef1 rectuat.hut safS aniTpleaiont W ta tax an, qtiillilejnhlclr' nu-tmaao inem famed ty mo ,uallcrttifn tuey .u' Tho venerable CbaneellorWARDL-AWwrttestrtrnf BaltU more, UtU April, 1854: Dr.. J C. Avaa-hlr: 1 have llten your Pills with great belie U. for XL lUUesiiieis, Ungar.lloss .nt .appetite, and! bil ious headache, which bus of late years oveitaken me In the spring. A few doaoaof your PHIn cured me. t have used your.tiherry Pectoral many years In my family for coughs and cotda vcltn uariilinj success. You maKe niedleines which eure,'aud 1 frel it a pleasure to commend you lot the eimd you have' don aud are doing." JOHl F. UEArTV, Esq., Secreury of tho Pennsylvania Pennsylvaala Railroad OlSer, ') p Sir : I take pleasure in adding my testimony to the efficacy nf tnur mftHHnf . havine' i de rlvl verv materia: benefit from the use of both your Jf ectoral and Cathartic I'll 14 I 1 amnever.withouttliem in '.my famlly.'nor shall 1 ever eon- sent to be, while my means wiu nrceora mem., I Thi- widlr remiwned- K.; S. frKVKN.S,?D.for VVenl- weilti. New Hampshire, writes : " Having usfd jour CaniiaTic Pitts In my prattler, jl eertifv from exDerirnee. that they areanlnvalnablpiirei- tiv. Id rases of disordered functions of the livery causing' headache. Indigestion, cojilveness, and thet great variety or diseases that follow, they are a rarer remedy than soy other. In all cases where.3 Duriratire remedy is required, I eAnfl- dently recommend these Pills to the public, as tupeiidrtO any other I have ever found. They are sure'ih'lhelr opera tion, and perlectly safe, qualities which mate thenran tnvat uable article fur public use I have for many yean known jour Cherry Pectoral as the best cough mrdKlne In the world, and these Pills are in no wise Inferior to that admira ble preparation for the treatment cf diseases.' , Tlr- J. r.. Av IVsrHlr: 1 have been atllieted rrmn my oirin wuif scroiaia iu iv wum iuiiu, auu uu, uici tircntvveas trial, and an untold amount Of sutferlngi havs been completely cured in a few Treeks by jour IUsj Willi what teeiings oi rejoicing i wri., cau uuiy vj lutoguicu when jou realize what I hare suffered, and how f-rtg. 1 Sever, until now, have 1 been Tree from mis loaiasome disease in some shape. At times It attacked my eyes, and made me almost Dltuu, oesiues ma uneuu'iramo iain others it settled lathe scalp of my head, and desLuytiVmy hair, and has kept me partly bald all my days ; sometimes It came out in my face, and kept It for months a raw sore.; " About nine wee lis ago 1 eommeuceuiawiug )uur,ci ttr. Pllln. niul now am entirely free from the complaint. 'Mr eyes are well, and my akin is fair, aal my hair has com menced a neaunygron in; ail oiwuicii jnaes.iuu icu al ready a new per.ou. 4 "Hoping this statement may be the meansof conveying Information that shall do good to others, lam, with every uniim..irM.rtlnil. VniT r1 rt. r . " MAK1A BICKERi" " I have known the abovo named Maria Kicter from her childhood, and her statement ts strictly true. ANDREW y. MESERVE, Overseer or the Portsmouth Manufacturing Co.?' Capt.JOEL PRATT, of Iho ship Marion, writes from Boston, 20:h April, IBM: " Your Pills have cured me from a bilious attack: which arose from derangement of the Liver, which had become very serious. I had failed or any reller by my physician, and from every remedy I ould try, but a few doses of your Pills hate completely restored me to health. I have given them to my children lor worms, with the best effects. Tbeywere promptly cured. I recommended them to a, friend for costivencts, which bad troubled him for months; he told me In a few days Uiey had cured him, Yon make tne best medicine In the world, and I am free to say so." Read this from Ihe distinguished Solicitor of the Supreme Court, whoso brilliant abilities ,nave" made him so well known, not only m this but the neighboring Slates - New OaLiixs, 5lh April. 185L 'Slr: Ihavegreanatr-iCietionioassoringycothatmysair and family iu wn .,? mhKrnenea or your medi cines. My wife" was cured two' years since, ef a severe aud dangerous cough, by your Cherry Pectoral, and since then has ei joyed perfect health.. My children have several time, been cdred from attacks' of the influenza and croup by lu It ts an Invaluable remedy for these complaints, .odrpa tkartic Pills have cured me ,from a dyspepsia and eostive ness, which has grown upon me for some years indeed this cure Is much mora important, from tho fact that I bad failed to get relief from tho best physicians which this, tee tlon of the country affords, and from any of the numerous remedies I had las en. - 'Yod seem to us. Doctor, like a providential blessing to our family.and you may well suppose we are not unmind- ful of it. Your,, jrespectfully, THATrER Sekitc CiuitiUlOiio, April Sth, 1854 Dr. J. C. Avra Honored Sir: I have made a thorough trial of the Cathartic Pills, left me by your ageht, and have been cured by them of ths dreadful Rheumatism under which he found me suffering. The first dose relieved me, and a few .subsequent doses have entirely removed the disease. I reel la better health now than for some years before, which 1 atlribute entirely to the effects of your Catbibtic: Pitts. Tours, with great 'espett, jjKrC.U.F. TrpTlie above are all from- persons who "are publicly known where they reside, and who would not make these statements without a thorough conviction thai they wero true. Prepared by )R. j. C. AYER,. Practical sd ArfAtvncit Chemist, April 22, 'SG j-owen, Fop the Complete Cure ot CourIis. Co1m.s, Influenza, Akthiua, Itrnnctiitis, SpiHinu of Jllood uud nil oilier l.uujr Coinylatntsj temlius to Consiiuiiillon. w ntllLSproparntion Is getting Into nse all oyer our country. JL The numernns letters we receive from onr varfonsa gents, Informing ns of eure3 effected in their Immedlkie neighboihoods, warrant us in saylnglt Is oneof the best; ir not the very best Cough Medicine now before the public It almost invariably relieves and not unrrequently CMes the very worst cases. When all othor Cough preparations have failed, thishas fellevod the pallnl,it lruggists.deal ers In Medicines, and Physicians cau testify. Ask the Agent In your nearest town, what has been his experience of the effects of this modiciuc. If he has bn nelllngit forany length of time he will tell yon It Is Ihe best medicine, extant. Below wa give a few extracts from letters we have receiv ed lately regarding the virtues of this medicine- , - Dr. S. S. Oslln, if Knoxvllle, Ga., saysi-I havo been using your Liverwort and Tar very extensively In my prse tlcefo? thtee years past, and, His wlUa-lleatjUra belief In lta superiority over all other articles -with which I am aequalnted.for which it Is iecoramendif. . ... Messrs. Fitrgerald & Brenns, wntlncfrom Wynea JUe, X. C, jays:-"The. Liverwort "d-TatJa "n'nf0 f. more popular In this country. DdJiS aliav who have Uled it speak in commenilibiaUiruu "J"1' Uis very beneflclalin alleviating U.e complaints lot which it ''ou" Agent in" Plcteo, District, S. C, Mr tf. K. UcFrtl. Cs.k.. S ,,.. itwlih irreat benefit In h s own family asures us that h" . "'l,tgKS.t He gives an Instance nermwomn In hto vNho hid been aufferlhg with die e oflhe Lungs for years, attended with sovere "h,u Vas relieved bythe Llverwortand Tar. SIrethod report, we hearrihiiM.dlclne from allMrtsoftheSoath. Fora report of.Ue--surpris ngcure. flbatwrfornied lathe Western and Northerb and Eastern states we would Invite the suflenng patient to read the am phlet which aeco'mpanlca each bottle-To all we say, have fvv' ihe Medicine!! Bo warned In season!!! And neglect: ..w.i ....ivhtahlehMsdailrweaEeiiinzvour constitution. Irritating yourthroatand lungs, and Inntlng On. that dread disease, Consumption, when soothing and healing a'lem nhialnnil as Rogers'' SvruD of Liverwort andTtr. Beware of Counterfeits and base Imitations." The genuine anijlo Is signed Andrew Rogers', on the engraved wrapper around each bottle. Price, One Dollar per Bo tie, or six Bottles Tor Five Dol. !... Ki.M iivhnlesala and reiailhv SCOVIL.& MEAD. Ill Chaitres St. bet.Conli and St. Lnuls,2i.OSole Agent' for the Southern Stales, townsman oruen sua sppucaiions lor Agencies must be addressed. Sold also by p.L rtmihers. Borrv & Demovllei A. K. Koscoe. Thos. Wellr.and O.W. Headershott, Nash vWe.Tenn ? and by all other Drugglstsihrnngh the btate. anrj oarinwiy Sewance House. COLLEGE SsTKEKT, IfASRYILLE, TENNESSEE. WILLIAM ROBERTS, Proprietor, THE 'subscriber baS'recently Uk'etf tBlsWelPjJfi known establishment is refitting and thor- 111 n.i.il, mnrtvitTnir it itnf hones snnn tn hare it in i!L . 1 - . . - rA:. t,. . n it fintise Jn tbU eitv. Ths Proprietor hopes by his exertion and IB. e 01 hia Assistant, (Mr. Crarfdock, ' who formerly. P'" the City Hotel to be able to maTce his hon-e worthy ot oe Ine patronized by the public "and promises that shalFbe sparedTonbisP those who may favor hinr with their patronage, lie r3 ffcwi Ldtw4wtral f hi8h05e' WU.BOBERTS, .inin MAIUtABTa " 1 H?'Af5 tart W 'f? t-&e WeWcrn L-ind a j TTo. 8?, Cherry stret. 1 1 lUXliJ f Important RaTelattasaL g; FossosilnglheTnOrttnrpomnrtiiatipe.V.J . . , V. tip-body, has beeiventlrely oveleoB4 ,n7H ot I T.BegcWdbjthsyMeealFJSnj vohiitxnltiwtx. or th . . i, xtS2XI ,'..,. - 4 - tmSpor atirtTBr-Aso mi rsoxrat". EQUALIZE THE CIRCULATKjS REOULATR tr . CHAPTER I. '7 Equalizing the 'circulation the true method of rrevoailny the establishment of disease regulation the only lseaaa of purifying the blood and restoring tha side tdrataltlt qufelc 'efficacy of Eadway's Ready Belief and Kxdway'j 3 iKeguIitors, Ja ccriog (he patient of eoBghaeon-ra tiois, rheumatism pneumonia. sore throat, Indamatlcn feyer aad ague, bullous remittent and Intermittent, scarlet, typhus, chagres, and all contagious, and non-coniajlous fevers. The positive virtues of Xadway's Renovating Keolv4nt,ln restoring ma bonsumpuvs to xieaiui, ana enztaj Broncnitis, Asthma, bad Headaches aad Dyspepsia,. i HOW DISEASED ACTIOS BECOMES ESTABLISHED AND TfIB BLOODIAIPUEB. A great error has. long prevailed in the minds of medical men. u That lmporltrof the blood Is the? causo of diseased action." This Is u serious mistake. It-Is a disturbance of the circulation, and the establishment Of diseased action, that caases'impurlty of the blood. ' The K. K. K. theory h ilds the truth of the above maxima. for if a person be In a state of perfect health, eaciartery uu vein must carry io ana irorn ue neari its auoneu por- " oi oiooq, ana wnen any set or vessels re ruse too ue J""o hat It may to carry ttelr proportion, tho current of wcrrume. aammea ap; 41 ouer woias, a eosgesucu PIlca Rtvlog pain to a greater or less extent. .Here, tnen.l; ms beginning- ordtseased action, which, If not re ueva, wilt goon ran Into Inflammation, and th-tfses romejestaMished DlKajedactloa being once esUblUhed, the blood becomes impure, cd. t e regularity or acUon on Ciy?'011;? u,v.klnf bowtsrst&cu sure to belnter TupUKJ, and the gener.t system, by sympathising lth.th !?? ! ?PIaiBVec?'f Evolved in thodlmcultv. That thU is tha true stata or tho cia,, iet , ooe tall to Und bis symptoms on tchi-g cold, Tua loJat dlOenlty may b asora throat, which Is a eoniestioa lno blood, amounting sometimes to anlnflammalion about o-, throat, owtos to a previous deranged state or tha circul.tlor., nd be will re member thatbu bowels become ctnUre, hUhverdennred. or hlsstlndry and feiertsb, his head stopped up, paina and aches In las bones, joints, down the back, head ache, dis charge ot water from the eyes and doss, with, many other unpleasant and painful symptoms. Had he asedKadway's Kcady EeUef when the congestion ws setting In, a ap plication to te throat, and swallowed a-doeoor tha Bega lators, he would have broken up tha congestion, and r stored, tbo regularity on the-part of the liver, skin, bowtpv Ac, which had been broken In npon by the effects f the sore throat, ttrgoiarity being again established, the Imparl, blood is soon puritled.andthe circulation again ecpisJUad. and the heal th restored. KAD'W.VY'S REGULATORS -Possess this zreat power of JiQ.U.llZIG TUB CIRCULATION, And regulating all ths organs of tha body to a aatnril and healthy action. .lUuway'a Regulators possess properties that all othsr Plllr are deficient In, and are th only pills la nse that can be taken for any length or time without weakening the sys tem. . Tney always leave the sjs tern la a healthy condition; the liver, bowels, heart, pancreas, kidneys and ttin regular, 'and ready to discharge their several functions without re course to unnatural means. Every dose of Railway's Regulators thai are taken will InRti? new life, fresh strength, aad sound health, to the weak and feeble body, t AS A FAMILY PHYSIC, one or two or Radway'a Regulators wtll answer a Jetlor purpose than castor oil, common pills, blue pillatLee'jor Biljuus pills, or any other cathartic, bilious, drastic, pur ja tlves.sa.ls, or xmaae. The Eegulatora will qalcklj open the bowels, fro a natural pasage, and will leans the VhoItJJ sfcmjnjijiealtbjstaie. PAI5KT BflKUMATlSir. .llow ths R. R. K. Remedies raised Mrs. .anh A. Honrh tromau crippled and helpless condition to sound health, after" Ibe'still" of tour of the most learned nhvaf dans In ew Vorfc had failed to relieve her, Drs. Parker, Seosa, . Wardle, and Maclelan. " ' tfIA.fi HDD T IWU B . i . i-i i. ami. JsjanaryiSvisML. Messrs. Kadway & Co. I tried vour Ready RatiaC and (had my Joints iubbedwlthit,and I never felt peia attas. tbw srst mn.minuiea i was ruooea wun it ap to ue pri t uu uisu 'Sirs, 1 do not know what t compare It to bat a charm: for Ij Is a mystery.to me. 1 wasa enpphs for two years, and had not the proper use or my limbs for three years. I was worn down to a. skeleton. I then commenced thaa nse' of yoar Keadv Keller. Resolvent, and Regulators. The pain left me in ten minutes, and I began to gain strength very fast, and could wait with esse in a few weeks, before 1 heard of your remedies 1 was taken to Dr. Parker, Dr. Reese, Dr. Wardle, Dr. Maelelan, and many other phrsfdant iu this city, I cannot now remember. I was completely palled to pieces by them, ity constitution was completely broken up with medicines that did me no good. 1 could notput a foot to the ground nor pkk. up a pin. 1 was lilted and car ried up and down stairs like an infant ; and now, thank God I by the use of your remedies, 1 am as strong as ever. I had the common rbsunialtsin InSammamrr and chronic and the palsy.. You can publish this, if you llkt. a.iu..m A.nutun, SJtSClb St., between the ?th and Sth avenues, S. Y. December SSlh, 1S53. 'CRIPPLED WITH 1SF1R MITIKS. December 31st, lt35. FRISK KKOM PAIJi AJID WALKED WITH EASK. JEPT11A GARDISSR. AseverefaU; Injury of the knee na; KxernUatlng pains Timely arrival; successful encicy 01 aauway s Keaa Relief. Dresden, Weakly Co., Tenn., Dae.31, 1855. I,Jeptha Oardtnler, of the above place, do publish, that for many years I have been afflicted with Hheamatlsin. and on the-evening or December Suth, 1853, while walking In inward. I fell with sreat-vinlence on the tee, bruising the knee pan very badly, i farther certify, that on the above uayir. JUDO l.ueueuici,a uavc-iiiub; kou. juw.aj Co., arrived at this place, and bearing of my heavy fall aid the terrible complaint that afflicted me, recommended me U apply KadwajS Beady Kelul, which I did, and In a very short time the pain ceased, the swelling abiud and 1 aiu now jihle to wall: without the use of my cane, free from pain. I have lrl;d several other remedies, bat found no relief. In cases of extreme pain. Radway'a Ready Relief ts far preferable to ill other remedies. If aay one doubts the truth of. this certlileate, let tnem can on me ac my residence or write tome at Dresden, Tenn., and I will give them full information. JE1TIIA CAHDI.lIKtt. For years Mr. Gardlnierhad suffered the torturing. pains of Bbeumatlam. tte was unable to walk without the aid o f a stick. On the 3lh of December he first tried the K. K. Relief. On the 31t he could wait without aid and free from pain. Xet all who are crippled orbed ridden think of this. FEVER AXD AGUE. Radway'a Ready Belief and Radway'a Regulators art positive curatives for Ague and Fever. Let those afflicted take from two tu five of Radway's Regulators every night, and a tea spoonful of Ready Relief In water, on rising In the mornicg,and twice daring the day these wUI soon free tha system from the poison of ague. How lhaB. E.R. Remedies restore consumptives to health, ..stops the ravages of decay, heals ulcers In the lungs and throat, cures asthma, bronchitis, chronic coughs, and alt diseases and complaints Of the taroat, longs' and chest. Persons who have been troubled with chronic sore throats, tubercles .in the lungs, bronchitis, or glandular affections, are informed lhattheiCK.uK. Remedies will cure them of . .these terrible diseases on the same principle. Let the Ready Relief be applied externally on mo chest and around the throat. Tilts wltl'effect an important and wonderfully ben .eficial result. It .will get up a powerful eounter-tmtatlng ioreeJsndiWlthdrawfrom .the gland of the throat all eon- fasted blood that may .Interfere wl h the respiratory organs, arsens troubled with asthma, hard and difficult breathing, sharn cainS when taking a long breath, will find an. immeui- ate relief afteran application: of Radway's Ready Belief. In Caseswnere uo mug, are uiscnscu, we a-iwv uwwaj solvent. The action of this medicine resolves away tha dis eased deposit. IL heals all ulcers, and remove taberelee. We have known persons, who had no idea of ever rising from a sick bed, to be restored to sound health with not a particle of consumptive material irl their bodies to. hasten decay. Radway's tiegnlators, In there cases, keep the syt tin regular, and equalize the circulation ef the blood. 7 THE R6YALTOnCH. How ther IT.lt. Resolvent enredthe Kiogs Evil, after a con gress of crowned monarch failed to restore the supplicant la hcillh . TUB FIRST SIG.V. The presence of pimples, blotches, pustules, tetters, rash. Tittle sores, palatal itching, hot flushes, c, are sure indi cation's of the presence of foreljn and Impure-humors !a tha system, and if allowad to mlnrle with the blood and remain Inlhasystem.corrnpUngthe blood andflltlEg the sowsrs of the 66dy with Impurities, sores and ulcer will break out and cover the body with their repulsive presence. The skin, under these poisonous influences, becomes an eruptive volcano, exhibiting 10 the eye the disgusting lava of disease in the form of salt, rheum, cancers, ulcers, fever sores, putrid flesh, king's evil, and the most frightful erup- Radway's Ready Resolvent has cured the most terrible of skin diseases and humors. It will never fall In the wont cases. LARGE" HOLES L TRB NECK. An Emigrant railed upon ns a few months since, who had been troubled with the disease called King's Evil. He ha two very large boles In his neck, aad his head, body and less were covered with the most disgusting ana sickening sores. We Immediately placed him under the Influence of the Resolvent. In six weeks from the time he called upon us every sore was healed. Xot even a sore'was left upon his body to remind him of the King's Evil. This man, like thousands of other deluded' persons, had thrown himself prostrated before two Emperors, foar Kings, and one Uuoen, to be touched by the Angers of Royalty, be lieving that the hands of their "most sacred majesties would drive away the evil." The Renovating Resolvent ,iad more power In restoring this poor deludedTvicllm of a cruel disea-o to a sound condition 01 ooay, man ait ma. kings and monarchs on the earth. BOILS CURED BY R. R. RESOLVENT. Lima, Indiana, Dec. 12, 1855. Messrs. Radway dc Co.,Cbemlsts, Ji.Y. Send me two dozen of R.R. Resclvent, I have been sorely afflicted with, boils. 1 have been tormented with these disagreeable ex crescences Tor more than two, years. I tried all kinds of medicines without effect. I commenced the Resolvent. One bottle cured me entirely. 1 have since recommended it to others. Yonrs truly, R. C.WRIGHT. T? ATW A v Sl Co., ICS, Fulton street. Mew YorK Sold, by Druggists, Merchants, aad Storekeepers eiery where JEW DAVID, OS HEBREW PLASTES- Ail nttlfMTwhtltJaViWr e Where thiaPlaaUrliappiledpalneajino exist, f It has beenbeneOclalln cases 0 weakness, sullarn "and Weakness In the Stomach, W eak Limbs, lmenea,.U. fectlon oflho Langs in their primary stages, it destroy s in- LnestWnVdUtrict, that, by its lie alone be was cured of Rheumatism la both '"Mns'rsSeovlI k Mead Osats: I have been nsfajryonr UvewoA and Tar liebrew Haster vcry extensively in my nmctlce for three jfeare past, aad ills with, pleasure that! ISlV mr belief in their superiority over alf otts articles, with which I am acqualnUd, for the purposes foMrtileh they 2. recommended. The Hebrew Master, especially, Is an universal penaeea for local pains. 1 have also found tt a mos eieellentapplleaUon for Sprains and Bruises, lltlyesunl-er-alaUsscUon wherever used. 85. OSLIN.M D. T Knoxvllle, Ga.,March4th,1853r ft-r- Beware or Counterfeits and baso Imitations. The genuine will in future have the signature of K. Tay lor on the steel plate engraved on the label on the top of eack bt?u'rchners are advidied that a mean counterfeit ofthij ar tlclsit n existence. The genutnolssold byns, and by our agents apptatl thro igh he Sontn, and no pedlar is allowsd to sell It, DoaU erial Purchasers generally are cautioned agsinit tprjlng of any but'oor regular agents, otherwise the will balmposadnp. on by a worthless article. sCOVlLtiIEAD. lll'Chartres street, New Orleans, Sole General Agents for thdSouthern States, to whom all orders must Jniarjabjy bit addressed. ' Sold also by.Ewin Brothers, Berry fc Demovllle, A U u.-4v:Ww.ii. and fl'w Headershott, ashville. Tenn-.rand-byall olherfrusgtots thronih the State. .".Janl2-nydtrlw. ' " t TVTO'A'ICJS. The (ntereat or Mr, O. PJJRYAN, in our "jS 'baainesJ.has expired, to lake eBectJan. 1, 1358.